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CCJ Orders Swift Decision in a Barbados Custody Case

Mar 22, 2017 - Legal Monitor Worldwide

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today allowed the appeal in the custody case of JJ v Child Care Board and SW and set aside a decision made in January 2017 by the Court of Appeal of Barbados, ordering each party to bear their own costs. The underlying dispute is about the custody of a minor child. Initials are being used for both parents to protect his identity. The matter commenced in 2014 when the child was 13 years old and his father, referred to as SW, sought custody. The trial judge

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